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Cinema Program – June 2014

WEDNESDAYS 7pm 4 JUNE – THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL 11 JUNE – BAD NEIGHBOURS 18 JUNE – CHEF 25 JUNE – X-MEN DAYS OF FUTURE PAST SUNDAYS 8 JUNE 2pm – LEGO MOVIE, 4pm – THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, 6.15pm – BAD NEIGHBOURS 15 JUNE – 2pm – NO SCREENING, 4pm – BELLE, 6.15pm – […]

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Cinema program – May 2014

WEDNESDAYS 7pm 7 May – The Lego Movie 14 May – The Other Woman 21 May – The Grand Budapest Hotel 28 May – No screening due to Calendar Girls performance Discount Wednesdays – Arts Hub Members $9, All other tickets $10 SUNDAYS 4 May, 2pm – The Lego Movie, 4pm – Mr Peabody & […]

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Cinema program – April 2014

WEDNESDAYS  7pm 2 APRIL – TRACKS 9 APRIL – TRACKS 16 APRIL – SPIRIT OF AKASHA 23 APRIL – MONUMENTS MEN 30 APRIL – WADJDA (Indie Night @ the arts) THURSDAYS  11am 17 APRIL – Where the Wild things Are 24 APRIL – Hugo SUNDAYS 6 APRIL, 2pm – Walking with Dinosaurs, 4pm – Cuban […]

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Cinema this week

ARTS MARGARET RIVER CULTURAL CENTRE CINEMA – INCREASED SCREENINGS MOVIE BUFFS REJOICE! As of this month we will be screening movies on Wednesdays at 7pm as well as our regular Sunday screenings. Wednesday nights will be ‘Discount Wednesdays’ with all tickets only $10 or $9 Arts Hub Members. The first Wednesday night screening will be […]

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Rise of the Eco Warriors – cinema screening

FRIDAY 4 APRIL, 7PM A group of passionate and adventurous young people leave their known worlds behind to spend 100 days in the jungles of Borneo. Their mission: saving rainforests and endangered orangutans. But time is running out and the odds are against them. Jojo, an orphaned baby orangutan, is entrusted in their care and […]

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WA Opera simulcast – Tosca

Saturday 15th February, 7.45pm – FREE ENTRY Tosca features a heart stopping plot, soaring, emotionally charged melodies and tells the story of tempestuous diva Tosca, her lover the artist Cavaradossi, and the evil chief of police, Baron Scarpia. An opera in three acts and sung in Italian with English surtitles, the City of Perth’s Opera […]

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